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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:02 am

Semi-finals
24 February 2010
Tajikistan 0-2 Turkmenistan
North Korea 5-0 Myanmar

Choe Myong-Ho 6'
Choe Chol-Man 12', 73'
Pak Song-Chol 13'
Kim Seong-Yong 85'

Final
27 February 2010
Turkmenistan v North Korea


They are meeting for the second time during this tournament.
Previous result:

North Korea 1 - 1 Turkmenistan
(Ryang Yong-Gi 51' - Garadanow 36')

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:11 am

And 1-1 in ended again, with North Korea winning the penalty shoot-out 5-4.

Play-off for third place
Tajikistan 1 – 0 Myanmar

Final
Turkmenistan 1 – 1 North Korea (4-5 pen)
(Åžamyradow 33' - Ryang Yong-Gi 76')


By winning this competition, North Korea have qualified for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup.

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby sjc_three » Sun Feb 28, 2010 5:15 pm

And that's great penalty practice for the knock out stages of the WC! ;-)

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:07 pm

sjc_three wrote:And that's great penalty practice for the knock out stages of the WC! ;-)


That's England's conquerers sorted out then :smt023

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby eujin » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:16 am

That's a pretty young/inexperienced team they sent to Sri Lanka. Most of the guys with the exception of Pak Nam-chol didn't feature much in the WC qualifying and I'm guessing won't make the final squad for South Africa. Even the overseas-based players like Choe Myong-ho, Kim Seong-yong and Ryang Yong-gi (who's 28 now and was tournament top scorer) were fringe participants at best.

Capello can sleep easy. :bom:

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby Rothesay Saint » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:47 am

eujin wrote:
Capello can sleep easy. :bom:


I don't know about that. I heard that John Terry had been sniffing around his daughter. :albino:
Bring back King Cha.

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby Cyclops » Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:19 pm

Capello's or his own? :smt107

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Wed Feb 16, 2011 8:18 am

2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification

The AFC Challenge Cup Tournament is for emerging AFC nations and we saw India (and somewhat surprisingly North Korea) use it as a back-door entry into the Asian Cup (recently held in Qatar).

Qualifying playoff round:

First leg:
Bhutan v Afghanistan (postponed)
Cambodia 3–1 Macau
Philippines 2–0 Mongolia
Taiwan 5-2 Laos


N.B.
# Brunei (suspended at time of the draw)
# Guam (Did not enter)
# Timor-Leste (Did not enter)

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Sat Feb 19, 2011 12:56 pm

2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification

Qualifying playoff round:

February 16
Laos 1 – 1 Taiwan
(Taiwan win 6–3 on aggregate)

Macau 3 – 2 Cambodia (aet)
(Cambodia win 5–4 on aggregate)

March 15
Mongolia v Philippines
(First leg: Philippines 2 - 0 Mongolia)

March 23 and 25
Afghanistan v Bhutan


Group stage (qualifiers)

The top two teams in each group qualify for the final tournament.

Group A (March 21 to 25, in Yangon, Myanmar)
Myanmar
Palestine
Mongolia/Philippines
Bangladesh

Group B (March 21 to 25, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Turkmenistan
India
Taiwan
Pakistan

Group C (March 21 to 25, in Malé, Maldives)
Tajikistan
Maldives
Cambodia
Kyrgyzstan

Group D (April 7 to 11, Kathmandu, Nepal)
North Korea
Afghanistan/Bhutan
Nepal
Sri Lanka

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:04 pm

2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification

Qualifying playoff round:

Mongolia 2–1 Philippines
(The Philippine national team win 3-2 on aggregate)

Bhutan v Afghanistan
(to be played March 23 and March 25 in Gurgaon, India)


Group stage (qualifiers)

The top two teams in each group qualify for the final tournament.

Group A (March 21 to 25, in Yangon, Myanmar)
Myanmar
Palestine
Philippines
Bangladesh

Group B (March 21 to 25, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Turkmenistan
India
Taiwan
Pakistan

Group C (March 21 to 25, in Malé, Maldives)
Tajikistan
Maldives
Cambodia
Kyrgyzstan

Group D (April 7 to 11, Kathmandu, Nepal)
North Korea
Afghanistan/Bhutan
Nepal
Sri Lanka

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:55 pm

2012 AFC Challenge Cup Qualification

Qualifying play-off round:
Bhutan 0–3 Afghanistan
Afghanistan 2–0 Bhutan


Group stage (qualifiers)

The top two teams in each group qualify for the final tournament.

Group A (March 21 to 25, Myanmar)

Myanmar 1–1 Philippines
Palestine 2–0 Bangladesh

Philippines 0–0 Palestine
Bangladesh 2–0 Myanmar

Bangladesh 0–3 Philippines
Myanmar 1–3 Palestine


1. Palestine (qualified)
2. Philippines (qualified)
3. Bangladesh
4. Myanmar

Group B (March 21 to 25, Malaysia)

Turkmenistan 3–0 Pakistan
India 3–0 Taiwan

Pakistan 1–3 India
Taiwan 0–2 Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan 1–1 India
Taiwan 0-2 Pakistan

1. India (qualified)
2. Turkmenistan (qualified)
3. Pakistan
4. Taiwan


Group C (March 21 to 25, in Malé, Maldives)

Tajikistan 1–0 Kyrgyzstan
Maldives 4–0 Cambodia

Kyrgyzstan 1–2 Maldives
Cambodia 0–3 Tajikistan

Tajikistan 0–0 Maldives
Cambodia 3–4 Kyrgyzstan

1. Maldives (qualified)
2. Tajikistan (qualified)
3. Kyrgyzstan
4. Cambodia


Group D (April 7 to 11, Kathmandu, Nepal)
North Korea
Afghanistan
Nepal
Sri Lanka

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:56 pm

North Korea beat Sri Lanka 4-0 on Thursday and they're currently 1-0 up on Nepal just now. Barring an incredible turnaround in this match and/or an absolute humping from Afghanistan on Monday then the North will qualify for the 2012 tournament.

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Tue Apr 12, 2011 8:01 am

Holyjoe wrote:North Korea beat Sri Lanka 4-0 on Thursday and they're currently 1-0 up on Nepal just now. Barring an incredible turnaround in this match and/or an absolute humping from Afghanistan on Monday then the North will qualify for the 2012 tournament.


They made it. Not sure though the playing the likes of Afghanistan helps them though.

Group D (April 7 to 11, Kathmandu, Nepal)

North Korea 4–0 Sri Lanka
Afghanistan 0–1 Nepal

Nepal 0–1 North Korea
Sri Lanka 0–1 Afghanistan

Nepal 0–0 Sri Lanka
North Korea 2–0 Afghanistan

North Korea 9
Nepal 4
Afghanistan 3
Sri Lanka 1

2012 AFC Challenge Cup

3–18 March 2012
Hosts: one of the eight qualified teams will be chosen as the hosts.
Qualified nations:
* Palestine
* Philippines
* India
* Turkmenistan
* Maldives
* Tajikistan
* North Korea
* Nepal

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Sun Feb 26, 2012 4:29 pm

2012 AFC Challenge Cup

The winners will qualify for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup (held in Australia).

Host country: Nepal
Dates: 8 March – 19 March
Teams: 8

Group A

Nepal
Turkmenistan
Maldives
Palestine

Group B

North Korea
India
Tajikistan
Philippines

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Re: AFC Challenge Cup

Postby nzfooty » Sat Mar 10, 2012 12:08 pm

2012 AFC Challenge Cup

The winners will qualify for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup (held in Australia).

Host country: Nepal
Dates: 8 March – 19 March


Group A

8 March
Turkmenistan 3 – 1 Maldives
Nepal 0 – 2 Palestine


10 March
Palestine v Turkmenistan
Maldives v Nepal


Group B

9 March
North Korea 2 – 0 Philippines
India 0 – 2 Tajikistan


11 March
Tajikistan v North Korea
Philippines v India


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